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Catherine Canac-Marquis
photographer

Catherine Canac-Marquis (b.1988) is a photographer and visual artist born in Quebec City, now living and working in Montreal. She holds a BFA in Photography from Concordia University and was recently artist-in-residence at SÍM Residency in Reykjavík, Iceland. She is a selected Canadian finalist for Flash Forward’s 2017 emerging photography competition, and a recipient of the AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize Scholarship.

In her work, she addresses the notion of isolation, focusing on the concept of insularity and themes that relate to isolated communities and territories. She’s interested by the concept of insularity and raising issues regarding the particularity of islands in comparison with mainland territories and human development as an insular experience. Over the past years, she has been documenting stories of islanders, mainly around the islands of the St. Lawrence River, in Canada.

Her work has been shown in national and international venues, and recently included in Proof 24, Gallery 44’s emerging photo-based artist exhibition in Toronto. Her work has also been featured in publications such as Flash Forward and Ain’t Bad Magazine. Her work is held in private collections in Canada and Switzerland.

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Catherine Canac-Marquis
photographer

Catherine Canac-Marquis (b.1988) is a photographer and visual artist born in Quebec City, now living and working in Montreal. She holds a BFA in Photography from Concordia University and was recently artist-in-residence at SÍM Residency in Reykjavík, Iceland. She is a selected Canadian finalist for Flash Forward’s 2017 emerging photography competition, and a recipient of the AIMIA | AGO Photography Prize Scholarship.

In her work, she addresses the notion of isolation, focusing on the concept of insularity and themes that relate to isolated communities and territories. She’s interested by the concept of insularity and raising issues regarding the particularity of islands in comparison with mainland territories and human development as an insular experience. Over the past years, she has been documenting stories of islanders, mainly around the islands of the St. Lawrence River, in Canada.

Her work has been shown in national and international venues, and recently included in Proof 24, Gallery 44’s emerging photo-based artist exhibition in Toronto. Her work has also been featured in publications such as Flash Forward and Ain’t Bad Magazine. Her work is held in private collections in Canada and Switzerland.

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